And the Annex Presents:


A Prayer For Juarez, A Curse On The Killers

Hijas de Juarez - Alfonso Aceves

Alfonso Aceves

Ismael de Anda

Antonio Escalante

Judithe Hernandez

Cindy Suriyani


Angela Briggs

Laura Blanco "La China"

With poetic interpretations by Abel Salas, Gloria Enedina Alvarez

Opening Night Reception: Saturday, March 13, 2010 from 7-10 pm


March 13 through April 4, 2010


The Avenue 50 Studio is participating in a world-wide call to attention. As part of A Prayer for Juarez, a network of companion exhibits will take place in March. Below is the update on places that will be part of this art protest dialogue.


A Sculptural Installation, Albuquerque, NM Contact Honoring the Women of Juarez and the West Mesa Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala Contact: Renata Luna E-mail:


Fort Worth, Texas Producing group: Sound Culture Contact: Tammy M. Gomez Email: Phone: 817.924.9188


Juarez City No More Femicide At the International Women's Day Rally at the Sydney Town Hall Sydney, Australia (March 13, 2010 from 10 am to 3 pm Sydney Action for Juarez Concert Contact: Liliana E Correa Email:


Priéres de femmes pour Juarez Biblioteque du mile-end, l'exposition dÌmages de femmes Saturday, March 20, 2010 Montréal Longueuil, Québec, Canada dans le dadre de Contact: Claudia Cortés Email:


A Prayer for Juarez Casa 0101- Los Angeles, California Contact: Josefina Lopez & Victoria Delgadillo Email: <>


Femicide March 12th – April 10th 2010 – Opening March 12th 7:00 – 10:00pm Contact: Mia Roman, curator ( Abrazo Interno Gallery: Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center 107 Suffolk Street , New York , NY 10002


Citizan Divas: Women, Art and Social Justice A Panel in celebration of International Women's Day MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art, Auditorium 250 So. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012 Free of Charge, open to the public Organized by Nancy Buchanan, Christine Wertheim and students from CalArts ID 517 This symposium focuses on social, geographical and conceptual arenas where the power of women to speak on behalf of themselves and their peers is strongly, radically asserted through works of art and activism. 12.00-12.30 - Introduction by artist Andrea Bowers 12.30- 2.30 - Lourdes Portillo will discuss the making of her film, Senorita Extraviada, Missing Young Woman, a documentary examining the mystery of the hundreds of young women murdered in Juarez, Mexico. For further information:,


Barcelona, España Contact: Susana García Medrano Email:


Buenos Aires, Argentina Contact: Sandra Román


Mexico City, DF Contact: Pilar Aranda Email: